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Washington Wizards Insipre Fashion

This basketball team is always dressed to the nines.

How are the Wizards adjusting to the NBA’s new “business casual” dress code? “Our guys like it,” says coach Eddie Jordan. “They enjoy dressing up and looking professional.”

The always-dapper Jordan and two stylish players share their fashion picks:

Eddie Jordan, head coach

Game uniform: black or blue suits made by Athletes Custom Tailors

Shirts: Ike Behar

Ties: Armani

Shoes: Cole Haan and Ferragamo

Favorite store: Nordstrom

Jarvis Hayes, guard/forward

Meets the dress code with: custom-made suits from Duane’s in Chicago

Where else he shops: Gucci in Fairfax Square

Footwear: Louis Vuitton

Favorite jeans: Sean John

What he wears for a night out: Enyce shirts

Caron Butler, forward

Dress-code worthy: shirtsand pants by Élevée, a custom-clothing company in Los Angeles

On his feet: Prada, and alligator shoes from Friedman’s in Atlanta

Favorite DC stores: Up Against the Wall and Alldaz

Accessories: gold-and-diamond cuff links, a Kangol hat

On his wish list: A black mink coat

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